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Using peanut oil in GE deep fat fryer

Instruction manual says not to use peanut oil in fryer. Why not?

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Peanut oil contains oxcylic acid and could cause premature wear on your fryer.

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If feeding others, beware of peanut allergies.

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Price point may be the final decider for you.

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What kind of oil (vegtable or corn oil )


Hi!

Please use blended vegetable oil, pure corn oil, sunflower oil,
soybean oil or grapeseed (canola oil) because these oils have a high
smoke point. Peanut oil is not recommended because it greatly
impacts the flavor.

• Oils should never be mixed when deep frying.
• High heat, water, and burnt food particles break down the oil’s smoke
point.
• Replace oil if you notice:
- Excessive smoking at normal temperatures
- Strong oil discoloration
- A rancid smell
- Excessive foaming around the frying food

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There are a number of good ones. I use wesson. Others prefer peanut oil which is very good but more expensive.

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